A New Method to Estimate Intrinsic Parameters in the Ping-pong Bisustrate Kinetic: Application to the Oxipolymerization of Phenol
José L. Gómez, Antonio Bódalo, Elisa Gómez, Asunción M. Hidalgo and María Gómez
DOI : 10.3844/ajbbsp.2005.115.120
American Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Volume 1, Issue 2
A new method for determining the intrinsic parameters of reaction in processes involving a high initial rate has been developed. The usefulness of this alternative, which consists of determining several sets of apparent parameters at different times and then extrapolating these to time zero, is demonstrated proved by the linear dependence obtained between the apparent parameters and the reaction time. The method permitted the values of the intrinsic parameters (enzyme specific activity and Michaelis-Menten constants of both substrates) to be obtained for the system under study and was checked with experimental reaction rate data for the soybean peroxidase/phenol/hydrogen peroxide system.
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